Gu Nong
Gu Nong, born in 1944, a native of Taizhou, Jiangsu Province, graduated from the Department of Chinese Language and Literature of Peking University in 1966 as a literature major, and later worked as professor at the College of Humanities of Yangzhou University, where he was once also the head of the Department of Chinese Language and Literature, and has now retired.
Guo Beimin
Guo Benmin is a senior director, planner, and producer of documentary, as well as a senior reporter. He was a member of the Editorial Board of CCTV, Vice Chairman of the Documentary Academic Committee of the China Television Artists Association, and member of the Council of China Film Association.
Ge Fei
Ge Fei, male, born in1964 as Liu Yong in Dantu, Zhenjiang, Jiangsu Province.
Gao Yuanjie has earned a PhD in history from Nankai University. He is an associate professor and postgraduate supervisor at the Institute of Canalology, Liaocheng University and member of the Environmental History Committee of the Chinese Society for Environmental Sciences.
Guo Baolin
​Guo Baolin, born in Guan County, Liaocheng, Shandong, is member of Chinese Writers Association, director of the Chinese Institute of Prose, and deputy secretary-general of Chinese Prose and Tourism Literature Research Association.
Gao Honglei
Born in 1964, writer Gao Honglei is a native of Xintai city, Shandong province. His proses, essays and monographs have been published since the 1990s.
Ge Cuilin
Ge Cuilin is a well-known children’s literature writer in China, has published many works since 1949.
Ge Liang
Born in 1978 in Nanjing, Ge Liang now lives in Hong Kong SAR. He received his Ph.D. in Chinese from Hong Kong University and currently holds a position at Hong Kong Baptist University.
Ge Jianxiong
A senior professor of Fudan University, a librarian of China Central Institute of Literature and History, a famous scholar, especially in the fields of historical geography, population history and so on.
Gao Ge
Graduated from the Central Academy of Fine Arts, Gao Ge is interested in observing small animals and plants, then describes the world in her eye with creative imagination.